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  • yg17
    Apr 23, 09:34 AM
    He's a racist, narcissistic blowhard. I fear for this country if he gets anywhere close to the White House.

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  • CalmEnvy
    Mar 31, 11:14 AM
    $1.24/L for Basic here in Canada and Premium is at $1.39/L.

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  • ppdix
    Apr 14, 05:22 PM
    The mic in the background looks like a cleaning utensil...

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  • nagromme
    Mar 13, 12:16 PM
    My AT&T 4G (not yet running 4.3—I like to be a late adopter of big updates from any company) changed times automatically in the night, and my alarm went off as it should.


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  • Hastings101
    May 5, 08:00 PM
    Umm do not use retail cost of the OS. You need to use the OEM cost. That is 100 bucks.

    Fixed that, with what I think is the correct link. Thanks for the info :)

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  • big samm
    Jan 7, 09:21 AM
    The sound notification problem has nothing to do with the app guys its a server thing they can fix it without an update...


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  • Zadillo
    Oct 26, 10:59 PM
    Works fine in Firefox 2.0 under XP for me, including composing a message (it opens up a new compose window and it works fine).

    This is very nice, very slick. I like it!

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  • leekohler
    May 3, 07:39 AM
    The Conservatives are for some privatization, or as they call it "alternative delivery", but I doubt the population will allow them to completely privatize healthcare. Normally I'm for a smaller government, but when it comes to healthcare you can only either trust the corporations who make lots of money off of you when you're sick, or you can trust the government. In this case I trust the government a lot more.

    Don't ever underestimate conservatives. Sorry for exporting our stupidity Canada. Hopefully, you guys figure this out fast and don't lose too much of what you have built.


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  • HexMonkey
    May 31, 04:06 AM
    I disagree that we should avoid splitting categories. In many cases, it makes it easier to find articles if they are more categorised. If lots of people are interested in a certain 20 articles out of 200, and they all have a common theme, it makes sense to split them into a subcategory so that they don't have to skim through all 200 article names to find them. I agree with Eraserhead that CLI applications should be kept separate. Most users are not power users and don't want to delve into the command line, so are not so interested in them being mixed with other software. Conversely, those looking for information about Terminal commands won't be interested in GUI applications at that time.

    Clearly there are both cases where there is too much categorisation and where there is not enough. I'm in favour of general guidelines based on the number of articles, ie new subcategories should have at least x articles, and categories with more than y articles may want to be broken up - of course, there will be exceptions, so they should be only very general guidelines.

    I'm open to a big change in the category organisation of the Guides, as it is clearly badly structured in some places. However, any new structure needs to be carefully designed and agreed upon, as it is a lot of work to change and very difficult to undo.

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  • wovel
    Apr 16, 08:33 PM
    presumably the mistake to which jobs refers resides in the OTT developer licence agreement, rather than this particular instance in which those rules have been applied? i wish.

    Interesting thought though. His rejection said it was for ridiculing public figures, but their policy rejects defamatory material. There is certainly a fine line, but the line most certainly exists. You can ridicule someone till the cows come home without engaging in defamation. The distinction is probably too difficult for anyone without extensive legal background to make on a regular basis and in a timely manner.

    Apple should just drop the defamation clause, which may be difficult for them to do to.


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  • sebastianlewis
    May 15, 02:30 PM
    I do still prefer my titles as they are more user-friendly and product centric rather than type centric. For example with your way is that iPod Touch software would be in a different place from iPod Touch hardware. But your layout does have the advantage of less options to click on and it is still a lot better than the existing layout.

    The point was to be type-centric rather than product centric because it can be used as a net for all future products as well, while with your proposal, we might need to be adding or removing categories depending on how Apple changes their product lineup, and this way, we can cover the individual pieces of each product, so for example, the iPod touch software is essentially the same as the iPhone software minus the drivers for a few other pieces of hardware and minus a couple of phone specific applications. So if Apple were to create ANOTHER product that used the same software, we can just add the differences between the software to the "iPhone OS" page. The iPod touch as a subset of the iPhone shouldn't even have it's own page, but instead should be mentioned in the main iPhone article in it's own section and we can set the iPod touch page to automatically redirect to that section.

    I don't believe that either nail it on the head. While they're both a vast improvement, the proposals still need a little work in my view.

    While I don't have anything to lay on the table right now, I'll come back and post when I've had thinkies.

    Hmm, well I think mine was simple and to the point, but I look forward to your proposal as well, but if you're looking for ideas here's a brief outline of why I proposed a type specific approach:

    1. Minimize Confusion by minimizing categories and subcategories.
    2. Minimize clicks by minimizing categories and subcategories
    3. Maximize the usefulness of the Macrumors Guides to everybody, not just the average user, and not just Macrumors users (it would still drive traffic to Macrumors though).
    4. It would cover a network of related technologies and not just Apple's products and services helping new users get the most out of their new hardware purchase (as I understand it, many new Mac users and maybe iPhone users now also end up on Macrumors looking for help, advice, and to join the Mac User community).
    5. Also serve as a reference for older and experienced users.


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  • runeasgar
    Jan 6, 03:34 PM
    so then how will it work exactly when i turn all the PN's on? Will i get alerts in the form of a text message? or will it have a little number in the corner of the app??

    It's a sound, "text message" box, and "badge" (a little number on the icon for the app). Or any combination that you choose.

    It is not a traditional text message. It won't show up in your SMS, and you don't have to delete it. It's just a notification.


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  • roscos
    May 6, 05:51 PM
    I'll take the Fonz mantra here: If you're cool, you know it and don't have to tell everyone. I think the guy that wrote that article is probably a moron in a depressed state trying to make himself feel better.

    JOEG4?The guy is not a moron,he know what he wrote.Let us respect ourselves here.To call someone a moron is not good,I think you should apologize to the guy in question

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  • Henri Gaudier
    Jan 28, 03:43 AM
    Interesting to hear you say that -- I use the Oyster RFID card for public transport here in London, and it's incredibly efficient. Compared to paper tickets, it's faster to use, faster to pay for, and much more durable.

    Would be great to have this built into my iPhone...

    EDIT: to see just how massively popular RFID technology is here. Only 4% of Tube users use cash, the rest use RFID for their journeys!

    If there's one nation running towards a surveillance state it's the UK. Even the Information Commissioner agrees. What's worse is the UK Home Office has successfully proselytised this to the Dwarf Commander In Chief Sarko who has promised to spend literally billions to emulate the UK here in France.


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  • w_parietti22
    Sep 14, 04:59 PM
    I find it funny that people come here for medical advice! :rolleyes: ever heard of a Doctor? :p

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  • pubwvj
    Apr 7, 05:56 PM
    Never strive to be normal.

    Still, although I enjoy using my PowerBook and iPodTouch I would love to have an iPad. Nice bit of engineering.


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  • 0815
    Apr 12, 01:04 PM
    WTF? Why does the MS Office updater force me to quit chrome ????

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  • BenRoethig
    Oct 26, 04:00 PM
    I'm sorry for everyone with a PowerPC Mac, but the sooner the PowerPC is a distant memory, the better for the platform.

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  • LarryC
    Apr 26, 06:37 PM
    What they will probably end up doing is tell the air owners that they can download the software from the app store or they can buy the optional optical drive and install their new OS like everybody else does.

    Nov 12, 10:36 PM
    今日は is actually "Konnichiwa" The は is pronounced わ in this case. I tought at a highschool in Japan for two years, and even the native students often wrote it incorrectly. 今日は and こんにちは are ok, こんにちわ is wrong.

    今日は = "kyou ha" = "today is"
    今日は = "konnnichiha" = "hello"


    i also study in japan, and have never seen it that way as conversation, maybe only sometime in newspaper... but who am i to say? i'm no schoolkid, just a uni student...

    Apr 26, 11:55 AM
    I prefer the Mac App Store easier for update notifications and the installation all done for you sit back and watch click of a button

    Oct 7, 10:47 AM
    3.5" was great in 2007 but not anymore. Apple needs to make a 4.2" iPhone ;)

    Mar 23, 02:13 PM
    and look at how many devices you have to do that lol

    Yes and they quite happily play the same media from any of my devices with media on without needing a new 'revolutionary' apple standard, why not make apple devices support DLNA out the box.

    Sep 25, 11:04 AM
    Now if we could only get Photoshop and Photoshop elements competitors to go with it. The major advantage adobe has now is the complete package. Lightroom Beta4 is no slouch either.

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